Isaac Mizrahi and Derek Blasberg hosted a screening of Sweet Charity in New York last night to benefit non-profit organization The Good Shepherd. Guests like Patricia Field, Waris Ahluwalia, Amy Sacco, and more attended the screening, but Field apparently did not enjoy the event.
Before Mizrahi and Blasberg started the movie, the two talked about being inspired by the film and New York. Page Six reports that while Mizrahi was telling the crowd that he is inspired by the combination of something raw and polished, Field shouted:
“It’s nothing new, you know! It’s just our time’s reinterpretation … gritty glamour was in the 1940s in the war, it was in the Depression!”
And then when Mizrahi said that as a young boy he saw nude scenes in movies that his parents took him to, Field interrupted again:
“Me, too! My parents, too! It was no big deal. Life!”
By then, Blasberg was tired of Field’s shenanigans, and retorted: “It is a big deal.”